The water out of my Reverse Osmosis system looks milky or cloudy, what is the reason behind this issue?
This is generally caused by trapped air within the RO system. However, it will not affect the quality of your water. The cloudiness should disappear within a minute after water sits in a glass. This is a normal occurrence with a newly installed RO System or after a filter change. You can release the air from your RO system by draining the tank 1 to 2 times or using RO to make humming noise. To release air see instructions in your system manual (see below).
To relieve the air bubbles, please follow the below steps:
Close the Tank’s valve.
Tilt the RO system to the right. Put something under the 3rd filter housing to keep RO tilted. This will help dislodge the air bubbles from the Check Valve.
Turn on the RO spigot. Let pure water flow thru the spigot for about 1 minute. This forces the air to flow directly out to the spigot, bypassing the tank.
Turn off the spigot. Wait for about 10 seconds. Repeat step 3 again. Perform this step around 3- 4 times.